TV and motion picture writer John Rappaport returns to his alma mater for an interview about his career.
Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, sits down with Profiles to discuss his work as a nonviolence activist.
Author Sara Hoskinson-Frommer is heavily influenced by her experiences living in southern Indiana. She joins Profiles for a discussion about her writing.
Bloomington cartoonist Joe Lee sits down with Profiles for an interview.
Conductor JoAnn Falletta sits down with Profiles for an interview.
President Emeritus of Indiana State University John W. Moore sits down with Profiles for an interview.
Cellist Janos Starker sits down for an interview to celebrate his 75th birthday.
Teresa Kubiak, one of the most accomplished vocalists of our time, talks about her operatic career with George Jellinek.
Educator Andrea Hobson Aufder-Heyde, known as 'Finney,' to her students, speaks with Profiles about her unusual career as a teacher on the Iditarod trail.
In the second of two interviews, Carol Lawrence sits down with Profiles to discuss her life and work.
Carol Lawrence reflects on her Broadway career during an interview with Profiles.
Arts Administrator Ellen Schantz sits down with Profiles for an interview.
Heritage Fund of Bartholomew County President Sherry Stark joins Profiles for an interview.
Monroe County's first African American judge, Viola Taliaferro, sits down with WFIU's Bob Willard to talk about her life and work in the Bloomington community.
Morton Marcus, syndicated columnist and business expert, sits down with Profiles for an interview.
Maestro Imre Palló talks with Bob Willard about his life and work as a conductor.